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Oaktech: What San Fran techies need to know before they move to Oakland

Well, before I went, I thought it was going to be fun.  An invite to a Tech Stars-sponsored book party, specifically for Tech Stars alums and friends of the author, in Emeryville right on the Oakland...
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Do you ever wonder if you are a gentrifier? (Community Voices)

Do you ever wonder if you are a gentrifier? Answer these questions to find out... When you moved to your current city was it because you were forced out of your native city due to sky rocketing rental prices...
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Month-long Group Photo Taken at Temescal Art Gallery now online

Smokey’s Tangle, an artist-run gallery in the Temescal neighborhood, was invited to take over Temescal Alley's Interface Gallery for a month-long art show and residency in February. The show...
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Oaktech: Oakland-based Rockbot moving into DeLauers Building, tripling staff

Rockbot is the very clever music system that allows businesses to engage their customers in choosing the soundtrack to their restaurant, bar or shopping experience. It's like an app-based jukebox with...
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Oaktech: Tech & Business Events, March 30-April 4

There's more and more happening in Oakland these days around tech, community, entrepreneurship, and business innovation. We've scoured Meetup, Eventbrite, Zvents and Facebook to bring you this list of...
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Uptown Juice Company: Bringing local, cold-pressed juices to the Town–with a Kickstarter campaign!

Uptown Juice Company is on a mission to nourish the city of Oakland. Health conscious, socially conscious, and environmentally conscious, this mom-founded beverage company has been operating out of Kitchener...
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20 things to do in Oakland that represent a balance between art and meetings, March 28 – April 3

Art or meetings? The art is music-heavy, and the meetings are civically-focused. If that doesn't help, no problem: you can do both. Why choose, Oakland? Tunes and civic involvement are both important....
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Boys and Girls Club connects to Lit San Leandro broadband

By the Post News Group Mayor Stephen Cassidy and the San Leandro City Council this week presented a check for $15,000 to the Boys & Girls Club to fund a connection to the Lit San Leandro broadband...
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Oaktech: Solar start-ups exploding in Oakland

It’s no secret Jean Quan will have some competition for her job as mayor this year, but what she may not have expected was a different kind of 10K plan to crop up in Oakland. In an effort to bring in...
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Beebe Memorial Cathedral honors East Oakland Youth Development Center

By Jesse Brooks, The Oakland Post  Inspired to continue to provide for the community, Dr. Charley Hames Jr., pastor of Beebe Memorial Cathedral presented Regina Jackson, President and CEO of the...